Published: Thu, November 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Rohit feels T20 is the best format to try with new players

Rohit feels T20 is the best format to try with new players

India has achieved less success in T20s as compared to ODIs and Tests.

India are now hosting a three-match T20I series against Bangladesh. India last won a T20I series on home soil past year against West Indies, but after that they were beaten by Australia and later drew 1-1 with South Africa. "We have to play good cricket to beat India because we know that they are a good side on their home side and across all over the world, so we have to be on our top from the first ball".

Sharma, who is captaining the side in the second T20 worldwide against Bangladesh in Rajkot on Thursday with Virat Kohli rested for the series, is leading a young Indian side with several veterans rested.

Rohit Sharma further quoted that T20 format will be a good one to try new players at global level and players who shine in this format can find some ways to enter and shine in ODIs and T20Is. They played a lot of domestic cricket and Sundar has been our new ball bowler and today I wanted to change it considering how big the ground is.

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"We have seen a lot of players who have emerged from this format", Sharma said, adding players would learn valuable lessons even in defeat.

Like and Share the news if you liked it. "We are all trying so that we can give our collective team effort to get the expected result tomorrow", said Mahmudullah. We want to finish well and there is a whole West Indies series coming up and not to forget the two Test matches as well.

"I think that is how it happens and as I said we just want our bench strength to be very, very strong".

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